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Sport Manic Round: Fuimaono send-off for savage hit equals dishonourable record

12:41  16 may  2021
12:41  16 may  2021 Source:   smh.com.au

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Dragons centre Tyrell Fuimaono was sent off and teammates Josh McGuire and Mikaela Ravalawa put on report as the Magic Round carnage from the NRL’s foul play crackdown continued in the Melbourne Storm’s big 44-18 win. St George Illawarra firebrand Josh McGuire was sin-binned on review by The Bunker for a high shot on Melbourne centre Justin Olam, and then put on report for a dangerous tackle on Josh Addo-Carr that sent the Storm speed demon to the sideline with a leg injury.

‘Silver lining’ in NRL crackdown in send off after Ryan Papenhuyzen stretchered off. The NRL has cracked down on foul play this weekend which has been controversial, but no one had any issue after a star was stretchered off. The Melbourne Storm’s Ryan Papenhuyzen has been stretchered off the field after he was knocked out in sickening scenes early in the clash with the St George Illawarra Dragons. Papenhuyzen was part of the backline movement that led to Josh Addo-Carr scoring the first try but centre Tyrell Fuimaono came out of the line, hitting the Storm fullback high after he passed

Tyrell Fuimaono of the Dragons is sent off for an alleged illegal shot on Ryan Papenhuyzen of the Storm during the round 10 NRL match between the Melbourne Storm and the St George Illawarra Dragons at Suncorp Stadium. © Getty Tyrell Fuimaono of the Dragons is sent off for an alleged illegal shot on Ryan Papenhuyzen of the Storm during the round 10 NRL match between the Melbourne Storm and the St George Illawarra Dragons at Suncorp Stadium.

St George Illawarra's Tyrell Fuimaono was sent off for a tackle that left Melbourne star Ryan Papenhuyzen heavily concussed as the NRL equalled a record set at the Battle of Brookvale a decade ago.

On the same weekend that the Australian Rugby League Commission said it would have zero tolerance on high shots, Fuimaono joined Canberra's Josh Papalii in being marched during Magic Round as the Storm blazed to a 44-18 win at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday.

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Referee Peter Gough had no hesitation in dismissing Fuimaono for a high tackle after medicos tended to Papaenhuyzen for several minutes, the first time two players have been sent off in the same round since the infamous fight night between Manly and Melbourne in 2011.

Canberra's Josh Papalii was marched for his tackle on Bulldogs winger Tui Katoa on Saturday.

Papenhuyzen was stretchered from the field, but was later seen walking in the Melbourne dressing room as his teammates ran rampant in the second half while the Dragons played 67 minutes with just 12 men.

But the 22-year-old, tipped for a NSW bench role in State of Origin, might not get another chance to audition in front of Brad Fittler with only two NRL games left before the team is picked.

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Mid-season Dragons recruit Josh McGuire was sin-binned for a high shot on Justin Olam only minutes before Fuimaono was sent off, meaning Anthony Griffin's side were down to just 11 players at one stage.

But the pain might not end there for Maguire, who was placed on report for a hip-drop tackle on Josh Addo-Carr. The NSW winger limped from the field before later returning to finish with a hat-trick, a little over a week after his record-breaking six tries against the Rabbitohs.

Mikaele Ravalawa, who scored three tries in his first game back from a ban, was also booked for an alleged shoulder charge in the lead-up to Dean Ieremia's four-pointer after the 18th man was activated following Papanehuyzen's concussion.

While Papenhuyzen was the main story of the match after being left dazed in his first game back from injury, there are doubts over the immediate playing future of St George Illawarra's livewire No.1 Matt Dufty after he left the field with a shoulder injury and Andrew McCullough hurt his eye after a head clash.

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Already missing Cameron Munster, Harry Grant and Brandon Smith, the Storm wobbled to a 14-10 half-time lead before scoring four tries in 11 minutes early in the second period.

Immortal-in-waiting Cameron Smith made his first public appearance associated with the Storm since announcing his retirement at the unveiling of a statue outside AAMI Park before the season opener. Smith sat in Craig Bellamy's coaching box and no doubt heard the full gamut as the Storm uncharacteristically leaked four tries against undermanned rivals.

In a round full of controversy, there was perhaps no match that provided more drama after the Dragons went down to 11 men after only 13 minutes.

Premiers Melbourne blazed to a 10-0 lead before Maguire had even returned from the sin bin, but the Dragons refused to yield and dragged the margin back to four points after Ravalawa's first two tries.

The Fijian latter bagged the first hat-trick of his NRL career, but St George Illawarra were powerless to stop the Melbourne onslaught, which included six second-half tries.

MELBOURNE STORM 44 (Josh Addo-Carr 3, Kenny Bromwich, Dean Ieremia, Nelson Asofa-Solomona, Jahrome Hughes, Justin Olam, George Jennings tries; Tyson Smoothy 3, Nicho Hynes goals) defeated ST GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS 18 (Mikaele Ravalawa 3, Cody Ramsey tries; Corey Norman goal) at Suncorp Stadium. Referee: Peter Gough. Crowd: 41,983.

NRL boss Peter V'landys hits back at criticism following Magic Round crackdown .
ARL Commission boss Peter V'landys has hit back at criticism following Magic Round, which saw the game implement a new crackdown on high tackles. Josh Papalii, Tyrell Fuimaono and Herman Ese'ese were all sent off, while a plethora of players spent time in the sin-bin for high contact. It left plenty of fans, players and coaches furious and confused, while others - namely Rabbitohs boss Wayne Bennett - were far more measured in their response. Speaking on 2GB Radio on Monday morning, V'landys continued to take a hard-line stance and said there is never any reason to hit a player in the head.

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